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NW6 sp2 and linux Red Hat 8.0

Hello,

i have installed NFAP for windows and Linux on a server with NW6 sp2.Windows works fine without a NWclient. On a other PC with Linux RH8.0installed I get following error after this command

#mount -t 192.168.100.110:/ /mnt/nw No permisson!

I guess something is not configured with the authentication. I have
installed a User root in the eDir, but i don't know how to integrate
to
Linux.

Who has a easy step by step Sample-Installation for doing this on the
Server
and Linux?

Who can help? - I am a Linux Greenhorn.

Thanks

werner





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Re: NW6 sp2 and linux Red Hat 8.0

Is the export using Independent mode or something else? Have you
added
your machine to the export's trustee list?

bd
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Hello Brad,

Thanks for your help! I have checked in Console one in NFSadmin -
pluto.zeller.com Exporte -SYS. The Propertie of the SYS Icon shows
independed Mode and anonym- and Web Access.

The file nfsexprt on the the Server NW6sp2 Server "pluto"
192.168.100.110
has in sys:etc Following info:

/SYS 0 1 512 1



What else can I check for you?

werner

"Brad Doster" <bd@NSCSysOps.net> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
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> Is the export using Independent mode or something else? Have you

added
> your machine to the export's trustee list?
>
> bd
> NSC Volunteer SysOp
> www.InsightNetSolutions.net
>






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Re: NW6 sp2 and linux Red Hat 8.0

In article <R5Zoa.7680$682.1070@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com>, Werner wrote:
> What else can I check for you?
>

Please post the contents of sys:etc\nfsthost.

bd
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Hello Brad,
the file NFSthost looks like:
/SYS sys 1 1
/SYS sys 2 1
/SYS sys 3 1

On the Linux PC do I to configure something more then the mount
command?

Thanks!
werner


"Brad Doster" <bd@NSCSysOps.net> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
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> In article <R5Zoa.7680$682.1070@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com>, Werner


> wrote:
> > What else can I check for you?
> >

> Please post the contents of sys:etc\nfsthost.
>
> bd
> NSC Volunteer SysOp
> www.InsightNetSolutions.net
>






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Re: NW6 sp2 and linux Red Hat 8.0

In article <Q0Cpa.9974$682.4043@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com>, Werner wrote:
> the file NFSthost looks like:
> /SYS sys 1 1
> /SYS sys 2 1
> /SYS sys 3 1
>

OK, the second 'sys' in each line needs to be a DNS resolveable host
name,
or the IP address of a machine that is not resolvable via DNS, or a
'*'
for 'all hosts'. You can edit the file directly or manage it via
properties of the exports in ConsoleOne. Bottom line, with the above

file, unless your PC's host name is 'sys', you won't be able to get
in.

> On the Linux PC do I to configure something more then the mount

command?
>

No, but you could put the info into /etc/fstab, in which case you
wouldn't
have to type as much when mounting from the command line.

bd
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Re: NW6 sp2 and linux Red Hat 8.0

Hallo Brad,

I changed the nfsthost int sys:etc, now it looks like this:
/SYS 192.168.100.110 1 1
/SYS 192.168.100.110 2 1
/SYS 192.168.100.110 3 1

(The IP Adress 192.168.100.110 is my NW6 Server)

On the Linux after the mount command, I get as usal the error
I am not authorized no permission.

Whats about the other Files NFS.cfg or NIS.cfg - They are OK with
default?

I think NFS hates me....

What else can I check?

Thanks Prad for your help!!!!



"Brad Doster" <bd@NSCSysOps.net> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
news:VA.00001c76.40939723@nscsysops.net...
> In article <Q0Cpa.9974$682.4043@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com>, Werner


> wrote:
> > the file NFSthost looks like:
> > /SYS sys 1 1
> > /SYS sys 2 1
> > /SYS sys 3 1
> >

> OK, the second 'sys' in each line needs to be a DNS resolveable host

name,
> or the IP address of a machine that is not resolvable via DNS, or a

'*'
> for 'all hosts'. You can edit the file directly or manage it via
> properties of the exports in ConsoleOne. Bottom line, with the

above
> file, unless your PC's host name is 'sys', you won't be able to get

in.
>
> > On the Linux PC do I to configure something more then the mount

command?
> >

> No, but you could put the info into /etc/fstab, in which case you

wouldn't
> have to type as much when mounting from the command line.
>
> bd
> NSC Volunteer SysOp
> www.InsightNetSolutions.net
>






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In article <OFZpa.1239$jU.392@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com>, Werner
wrote:
> I changed the nfsthost int sys:etc, now it looks like this:
> /SYS 192.168.100.110 1 1
> /SYS 192.168.100.110 2 1
> /SYS 192.168.100.110 3 1
>

OK, but the IP address works there ONLY if the machines host name
cannot be resolved via DNS. If the host name can be resolved, you
need
to use it there instead of the IP address. So, from the server, if
you
can ping your workstation by name, use the name, otherwise use the IP

address of the workstation.

And looking back, isn't the address above your server's address? It needs to be your workstation... or, to greatly simplify things for
right now, just put an asterisk (*) there and nothing else.

bd
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Re: NW6 sp2 and linux Red Hat 8.0

Hallo Brad,

your are right! The IP Number was the wrong (Server 100.100). But I
did it
with the * and then later with the IP from the Linux Workstation
192.168.100.145 with still the same problem.
Ping is OK, I can Ping the Workstation Linunx90 from server with the
name
and from Linux the NW Server.
I installed SP3 from Nw6, but it is the same...Also with Red Hat 9.0

Thanks!
werner



"Brad Doster" <bd@NSCSysOps.net> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
news:VA.00001c8c.45c2d0df@nscsysops.net...
> In article <OFZpa.1239$jU.392@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com>, Werner
> wrote:
> > I changed the nfsthost int sys:etc, now it looks like this:
> > /SYS 192.168.100.110 1 1
> > /SYS 192.168.100.110 2 1
> > /SYS 192.168.100.110 3 1
> >

> OK, but the IP address works there ONLY if the machines host name
> cannot be resolved via DNS. If the host name can be resolved, you

need
> to use it there instead of the IP address. So, from the server, if

you
> can ping your workstation by name, use the name, otherwise use the

IP
> address of the workstation.
>
> And looking back, isn't the address above your server's address? It


> needs to be your workstation... or, to greatly simplify things for
> right now, just put an asterisk (*) there and nothing else.
>
> bd
> NSC Volunteer SysOp
> www.InsightNetSolutions.net
>






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Re: NW6 sp2 and linux Red Hat 8.0

In article <r7Xqa.3131$jU.2482@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com>, Werner
wrote:
> But I did it
> with the * and then later with the IP from the Linux Workstation
> 192.168.100.145 with still the same problem.
>

The * should work, so something else is wrong. Maybe this TID will
help you find the problem:

http://support.novell.com/cgi-bin/search/searchtid.cgi?/10080272.htm

bd
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Re: NW6 sp2 and linux Red Hat 8.0

Hello Brad,
Now it works! I did found a easy TID 10065286, with that it works
fine.
Thanks for your
help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


"Brad Doster" <bd@NSCSysOps.net> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
news:VA.00001ca4.003f73bf@nscsysops.net...
> In article <r7Xqa.3131$jU.2482@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com>, Werner> wrote:
> > But I did it
> > with the * and then later with the IP from the Linux Workstation
> > 192.168.100.145 with still the same problem.
> >

> The * should work, so something else is wrong. Maybe this TID will> help you find the problem:
>
> http://support.novell.com/cgi-bin/search/searchtid.cgi?/10080272.htm


>
> bd
> NSC Volunteer SysOp
> www.InsightNetSolutions.net
>






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Re: NW6 sp2 and linux Red Hat 8.0

Great! Glad you got it going!

bd
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